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Research Publications 1996

  • Bargh, G. (1996) Spoken Chinese as input to a portable compiler. MSc Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Cleary, J. G., Legg, S. and Witten, I. H. (1996) “An MDL estimate of the significance of rules.” Dowe, D. L., Korb, K. B. and Oliver, J. J. (eds), Proc Information, Statistics and Induction in Science, Melbourne, Australia, 43-53. World Scientific, Singapore.
  • Cunningham, S. J. (1996) “Collection development and management in the digital library.” Advances in Collection Development and Resource Management 2, 127-138.
  • Davies, R. M. (1996) Computer program compression. MCMS Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Day, M., Walmsley, M. and Hopper, K. (1996) “Development of a calorimetric alkali analyser.” Proc Fiftieth Appita Annual General Conference, Vol 1, Paper 1B42, Auckland, New Zealand, 105-110.
  • Fung, P., O'Shea, T., Goldson, D., Reeves, S. and Bornat, R. (1996) “Computer tools to teach formal reasoning.” Computers in Education 27(1), 59-69.
  • Gianoutsos, S. and Grundy, J. (1996) “Collaborative work with the World Wide Web: adding CSCW support to Web browsers.” Rees, M. and Mansfield, T. (eds), Proc Inaugural Australian National Symposium on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, Brisbane, Australia, 14-21. I.
  • Grundy, J. and Apperley, M. (eds), (1996) Proceedings of the Sixth Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction. Hamilton, New Zealand, IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Grundy, J. and Hosking, J. (1996) “Constructing integrated software development environments with MViews.” International Journal of Applied Software Technology 2(3/4), 133-159.
  • Grundy, J. C. (1996) “Experiences with facilitating student learning in a group information systems project course.” Purvis, M. (ed), Proc International Conference on Software Engineering: Education and Practice, Dunedin, New Zealand, 12-19. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Grundy, J. C., Hosking, J. G. and Mugridge, W. B. (1996) “Serving up a banquet: towards an environment supporting all aspects of software development.” Purvis, M. (ed), Proc International Conference on Software Engineering: Education and Practice, Dunedin, New Zealand, 465-472. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Grundy, J. C., Hosking, J. G. and Mugridge, W. B. (1996) “Supporting flexible consistency management via discrete change description propogation.” Software—Practice and Experience 26(9), 1053-1083.
  • Grundy, J. C. and Venable, J. R. (1996) “Towards an integrated environment for method engineering.” Brinkkemper, S., Lyytinen, K. and Welke, R. J. (eds), Proc IFIP TC8, WG8.1/8.2 Working Conference on Method Engineering, Atlanta, Georgia, 45-62.
  • Grundy, J. C., Venable, J. R., Hosking, J. G. and Mugridge, W. B. (1996) “Supporting collaborative work in integrated information systems engineering environments.” Seltveit, A. H. and Farshchian, B. A. (eds), Proc Seventh Workshop on the Next Generation of CASE Tools, Crete, Greece.
  • Grundy, J. G. and Hosking, J. G. (1996) “Visual language support for planning and coordination in cooperative work systems.” Proc IEEE Symposium on Visual Language, Boulder, Colorado, 324-325. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Hall, M. A. and Smith, L. (1996) “A computer model of blues music and its evaluation.” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 100(2), 1163-1167.
  • Hayes, I. and Utting, M. (1996) “Coercing real-time refinement: a transmitter.” Duke, D. and Evans, A. S. (eds), Proc First BCS-FACS Northern Formal Methods Workshop, Ilkley, UK, 23-24. Springer-Verlag.
  • Humphrey, M. (1996) A graphical notation for the design of information visualisations. PhD Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Littin, J. (1996) Learning relational ripple-down rules. MCMS Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Lyons, P. J., McGregor, A. J. and Moretti, G. S. (1996) “The associative chandelier - fair, efficient, prioritised buffering in ATM switches.” Proc New Zealand ATM and Broadband Workshop, Hamilton, New Zealand, 127-143.
  • Lyons, P. J., Pitchforth, M., Page, D., Given, T. and Apperley, M. D. (1996) “The oval menu - evolution and evaluation of a widget.” Grundy, J. and Apperley, M. (eds), Proc Sixth Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (OzCHI'96), Hamilton, New Zealand, 252-259. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Masoodian, M. and Apperley, M. (1996) “The effect of group size and communication modes in CSCW environments.” Grundy, J. and Apperley, M. (eds), Proc Sixth Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (OzCHI'96), Hamilton, New Zealand, 42-49. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Maulsby, D. and Witten, I. H. (1996) “Machine learning in programming by demonstration: lessons learned from CIMA.” Proc AAAI Symposium on Acquisition, Learning and Demonstration: Automating Tasks for Users, Stanford, California, 66-72. AAAI Press, Menlo Park, California.
  • McNab, R. J. (1996) Interactive applications of music transcription. MSc Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • McNab, R. J., Smith, L. A. and Witten, I. H. (1996) “Signal Processing for melody transcription.” Ramamohanarao, K. (ed), Proc Nineteenth Australasian Computer Science Conference (ACSC'96), ACSC 18(1), Melbourne, Australia, 301-307.
  • McNab, R. J., Smith, L. A., Witten, I. H., Henderson, C. L. and Cunningham, S. J. (1996) “Towards a digital music library: tune retrieval from acoustic input.” Fox, E. A. and Marchionini, G. (eds), Proc First ACM Conference on Digital Libraries (DL'96), Maryland, USA, 11-18. ACM Press, New York.
  • Mitchell, R. S., Sherlock, R. A. and Smith, L. A. (1996) “An investigation into the use of machine learning for determining oestrus in cows.” Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 15, 195-213.
  • Moore, A. W., McGregor, A. J. and Breen, J. W. (1996) “A comparison of system monitoring methods, passive network monitoring and kernel instrumentation.” ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review 30(1), 16-38.
  • Nevill-Manning, C. (1996) Inferring sequential structure. PhD Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Nevill-Manning, C. G., Witten, I. H. and Dan R. Olsen, J. (1996) “Compressing semi-structured text using hierarchical phrase identifications.” Storer, J. A. and Cohn, M. (eds), Proc Data Compression Conference, Snowbird, Utah, 63-72. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Pearson, M. W., Lyons, P. J. and Apperley, M. D. (1996) “High-level graphical abstraction in digital design.” VLSI Design 5(1), 101-110.
  • Plummer, M. M. (1996) Software reuse: current practice and the influence of managerial and technical factors. MSc Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Reeves, S. (1996) “A logic for specifying and reasoning about cooperative environments.” Burgess, P. (ed), Proc Second New Zealand Formal Program Development Colloquium, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 17-35.
  • Reeves, S. (1996) “PICTCalc - a tool for program development in constructive type theory.” Proc Australasian Refinement Workshop (ARW'96), Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reeves, S. (1996) “Specifying and reasoning about CSCW.” Bodart, F. and Vanderdonckt, J. (eds), Proc Eurographics Workshop, Design, Specification and Verification of Interactive Systems Conference, 366-383.
  • Reeves, S. (1996) “A teaching and support tool for building formal models of graphical user-interfaces.” Purvis, M. (ed), Proc International Conference on Software Engineering: Education and Practice, Dunedin, New Zealand, 98-105. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Reeves, S. and Grundy, J. C. (1996) “Towards an integrated refinement environment for formal program development.” Burgess, P. (ed), Proc Second New Zealand Formal Program Development Colloquium, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 51-66.
  • Rogers, W. J., Cunningham, S. J. and Holmes, G. (1996) “Navigating the virtual library: a three-dimensional browsing interface for information retrieval.” Australian Journal of Intelligent Information Processing Systems 3(4), 43-49.
  • Travis, J., Boalch, G. and Venable, J. (1996) “Approaches for the learning organisation: a comparison of hard and soft systems thinking.” Proc EDPAC96 Australasian Regional Conference, Perth, Australia, 487-500.
  • Treweek, P. (1996) Factors in machine interface preference. MCMS Thesis, The University of Waikato.
  • Venable, J. R. (1996) “Teaching novice conceptual data modellers to become experts.” Purvis, M. (ed), Proc International Conference on Software Engineering: Education and Practice, Dunedin, New Zealand, 50-56. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.
  • Venable, J. R. and Travis, J. (1996) “Criteria-based evaluation of information systems modelling languages.” Siau, K. and Wand, Y. (eds), Proc Workshop on Evaluation of Modeling Methods in Systems Analysis and Design, Crete, Greece, 1-12.
  • Witten, I. H., Cunningham, S. J. and Apperley, M. D. (1996) “The New Zealand Digital Library project.” New Zealand Libraries 48(8), 146-152.
  • Witten, I. H., Nevill-Manning, C. G. and Cunningham, S. J. (1996) “Building a digital library for computer science research: technical issues.” Ramamohanarao, K. (ed), Proc Nineteenth Australasian Computer Science Conference (ACSC'96), ACSC 18(1),Melbourne, Australia, 534-542.
  • Witten, I. H., Nevill-Manning, C. G. and Cunningham, S. J. (1996) “Digital libraries based on full-text retrieval.” Maurer, H. (ed), Proc WebNet 96: World Conference of the Web Society, San Francisco, USA, 486-495. AACE.
  • Witten, I. H., Nevill-Manning, C. G. and Maulsby, D. (1996) “Interacting with learning agents: implications of ML from HCI.” Herrmann, J. and Moustakis, V. (eds), Proc International Conference on Machine Learning: Workshop on Machine Learning Meets Human Computer Interaction, Bari, Italy, 51-58.
  • Yeo, A. W. (1996) “Cultural user interfaces:—a silver lining in cultural diversity.” SIGCHI Bulletin 28(3), 4-7.
  • Yeo, A. W. (1996) “Software internationalisation and localisation.” Grundy, J. and Apperley, M. (eds), Proc Sixth Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, Hamilton, New Zealand, 348-349. IEEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos, California.